Where can you park on Old Hallowell Day?

Where can you park on Old Hallowell Day? Great question and one we’re hearing a lot this week. There is free public parking near the railroad tracks just below  Camden National Bank on Winthrop Hill. There is also free public parking behind Camden National Bank. And – a big “thank you” to Stevens Common – […]

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Water Street Then and Now: Pop-up Museum

Water Street Then and Now! A display of artifacts uncovered during the reconstruction of Water Street and other recent projects around town at the Hubbard Free Library. Open during Old Hallowell Day and beyond! This pop-up, mini-museum is presented by the Historical Hallowell Committee in cooperation with the Library and features a selection of historic […]

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Hallowell Age-Friendly Committee – check out our booth on Saturday!

Visit Hallowell’s Age-Friendly booth and sample a great fruit smoothie made with a bicycle-power blender! Learn about Hallowell’s Age-Friendly Committee’s action plan and view a selection of Adaptive TOOLS For Everyday Living spotlighting an extensive selection of items to make people safer in their homes and make it easier to do household tasks. Special information […]

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Posters around town!

A big thank you to Chris Cart for designing two very cool posters; one with all our fireworks dedications and the other with all our sponsors and schedule of events. You’ll see these popping up around town next week but in case you want to print out your own, here they are. Fireworks Dedications Sponsors […]

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Have you registered for the OHD road race yet?

Please join us July 21st for the 2018 Old Hallowell Day 5K road race. 6 – 7 am: Registration pickup at Vaughan Field. 7:30 am: Start and Finish at Vaughan Field. Out and back course along Middle Street. Spectators welcomed! 8 am: Fun run for children 10 and under. Participant refreshments and 5K awards. All at Vaughan […]

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2018 Timson Community Service Awardee Announced!

The Old Hallowell Day Committee is pleased to announce that Anthony Romano is the recipient of the 2018 Timson Community Service Award.  Anthony, the son of Maria Fuentes and Jeff Romano of Hallowell, will graduate next year from Hall-Dale High School, where he is also a member of the Key Club and the National Honor Society. […]

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Citizens of the Year Announced!

Congratulations to Eric and Pam Young Perry – our 2018 Hallowell Citizens of the Year!  Both were born and raised in Hallowell, and have chosen to raise their own family– Rebecca, Hannah, and Matthew– here. Between them, Eric and Pam have tirelessly served on Hallowell’s Comprehensive Planning Committee, Board of Appeals, Fire Station Committee, Hubbard […]

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